Semi finals for National Corporate Public Speaking Championship to be held Online
The semi-final round of the National Corporate Public Speaking Championship begins on May 23.
Fifteen local corporate representatives will present to a global audience on the topic “Corporate social responsibility plays a vital role in SVG” in efforts to claim this year’s Championship trophy and the grand prize of $3,000.
This year’s semi-finalists include: Zekeo Audain of the Argyle International Airport; Geniene Browne of Central Water & Sewerage Authority; Terrece John of Coreas Distribution Ltd.; Jada Ross of FLOW; Andreka Samuel of General Employees Cooperative Credit Union; Ruth Stowe representing the Kingstown Cooperative Credit Union; Terry Clarke of KPMG; Courtnae Cumberbatch and Joanna Nwogu representing Metrocint General Insurance Co. Ltd.; Shaniese Cole representing Massy; Aviar Charles representing the National Insurance Services; Ronika Boyd representing NTRC;
Sylvorn Lavia representing the Royal Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force; Elingford Roban Jr. representing Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority; and Nicolette Nichols representing the Treasury Department.
The competition brings to the fore the existing communication and leadership skills in the private and public sectors of SVG while honing such skills for the enhanced offering of products and services. This year’s participants will receive coaching, and continually develop their speaking skills thereafter.
On the verge of the semi-finals slated for May 23, the executive of the National Corporate Public Speaking Championship has launched its website at ncpscsvg.com. The website, created with optimal user experience in mind, offers a simple, easy-to-navigate design. Users will be able to find an abundance of information on the site, including a history of the competition, event sponsors, and the Patron of the event, Desiree Richards.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the decision was taken to host the semi-final segment of the competition online as a pay-per-view event, a first for the Championship. Persons interested in viewing the semi-final event can purchase their tickets for the online stream through ncpscsvg.com.